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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Raw Food Intro Night & Cooking Demo

Last week I attended an introduction to eating a high raw, nutrient dense plant based diet. It included a fabulous cooking demonstration that consisted of smoothies, dips, Zucchini pasta and a gorgeous Key Lime Tart. I left that night feeling extremely full and very satisfied. Must admit, the green smoothie didn't look the most appealing but it tasted delish.

For anyone in the Adelaide area, I strongly suggest going along to hear Anne Pomeroy speak and see her work her magic in the kitchen. She can be contacted on She's had such a great response to her information nights that she is branching out to doing larger groups in a community centre as well as advanced and specialty classes. Those include chocolate recipes, dinner meals, desserts etc. At only $35 including handouts, its extremely good value.

Here's a couple of pics from the night. It tasted as good as it looks.

I've decided I need to invest in a good food processor, ooh and a spiraliser. Will definately be making the Zucchini pasta again. Also need to source a few new ingredients. Looks like Agave Nectar, Chai, Cocao Nibs, Kale, Flaxseed, Coconut Oil and Almonds are going to be my new best friends.

I'm sure Anne wont mind me sharing one of her recipes. Give it a try and let me know what you think. You can also contact her to be added to her mailing list where she sends out information and free recipes.

Green Smoothie

2 Ripe Bananas
Small handful dark green leaves eg spinach, cos, kale
2 cups water

Roughly chop ingredients and blend on high speed until thoroughly mixed. Variations: any fruit and greens to your liking but ensure ratio 60% fruit, 40% greens.

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